Vintage Country Wedding
Laura + Jason were married on the 31st of October 2015 at the beautiful vintage country wedding estate called Laurelville Manor in York. A stunning private estate only an hour out of Perth. Laura met Jason online and after a few months of talking they arranged to meet in person at a Blue Juice Concert in the city. Years later Jason proposed to Laura in New York. The couple went out for an intimate dinner and then up the Empire State Building to take in the amazing view over the city that never sleeps. On the way back to their hotel, Jason proposed at Bryant Park.
Laura took inspiration from the country for the theme and styling of the day, with some help from the Laurelville Manors fabulous manager Sandra. The two got thinking and decided upon a vintage country style of wedding one that Laura and Jasons guests would never forget! Set in a beautiful marquee under the stars on the lush grounds of Laurelville Manor, with flowers by Alice and Rose. It was the perfect setting for the couple to marry. The entire evening was full of laughter and dancing and Laura was absolutely glowing in her wedding dress made by Caleche from Hobnob in Mount Lawley.
Barramundi fillet with sweet parsnip, mace spinach and vanilla beurre blanc
Crispy pork belly, seared scallop, pedro ximenez glazed eshallots, cauliflower and clove cream
Fillet of West Australian beef, Dijon mustard mashed potatoes, red wine jus, slow cooked broccolini
Supreme of chicken, lemon and herb infused, sweet potato & orange mash, broccolini, orange butter sauce
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The rest of the evening was a celebration to remember. The pair’s dearest friends and family gave heartfelt toasts and guests danced alongside the couple to their wedding song “Still Into You” the Gareth Blush cover and enjoyed entertainment by The Dinner Singer.
The couple is heading off to Lapland, to stay on a Husky farm where they plan on going on a Husky safari, visiting a reindeer farm and hopefully see the Northern Lights.
LAURA’S TIPS FOR OTHER BRIDES
Enjoy every moment! You spend so long planning your wedding, and then the day arrives and it goes so fast! If there are hiccups along the way, try not to stress about it! As long as you get to marry your best friend and celebrate with family and friends, it’s a success!
Thank you to Mustard Seed Photography for the amazing pictures and big congratulations, Laura and Jason! We’re so glad we were able to cater your special day.